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  CBS    KPIX 5 News at 5pm    News  News/Business. Allan  
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    February 11, 2013
    5:00 - 5:30pm PST  

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reporting live from san bruno, ken bastida, kpix 5. right now accident investigators are working a busy intersection in concord. it's where a driver of a car hit a 14-year-old boy and he is in critical condition. we are told the driver is cooperating with police. it happened at 1:30 this afternoon at solano way and grant street. police say westbound solano way is going to be closed for another hour while the investigation continues. pope benedict xvi is doing something that hasn't been done in 600 years, resign. his decision to step down at the end of this month has stunned catholics around the world. >> i have to be honest, i'm as shocked and as startled as all of you. >> 85-year-old pontiff says he will step down after nearly 7 years as pope because he is simply too old to carry on. in a statement, he said, quote, my strength due to the advanced age no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the petrine ministry and now the
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catholic church is faced with finding a replacement in the middle of one of the holiest times. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez is in santa clara and len, speculation over who will be the next pope is under way. >> reporter: that's right. speculation around the world. we're here at mission santa clara and the california missions are a living example of the spread of the catholic faith into the new world 200 years ago. today the church is still spreading but now mostly in the third world, africa, asia and south america. so the speculation is now that a new pope could possibly come from one of those regions. reporter: at the vatican tonight preparations are being made to convene a meeting of the college of cardinals to elected a new pipe like the sudden and unusual retirement of pope benedict xvi, the selection of a new spiritual leader for the world's 1.2 billion catholics could offer some breaks with tradition. >> you have a number of cardinals now who are from
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africa, south america and asia. i think it would not be a shock if we had somebody from one of those places. >> reporter: santa clara university's father michael mccarthy says the cardinals have always at least in the last several centuries picked a european priest. but this time, those considered top contenders are from around the world and third world including: >> it's always a mystery what the college of cardinals thinks when they gather. but i do think that they are aware that catholicism is increasingly becoming a global reality. >> reporter: many parishioners coming to saint joseph's cathedral in san jose are praying for the cardinals and hoping that the new pope will usher in a new era for catholics. >> i'd like to find a person that can keep some of our old
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traditions but also be progressive and maybe have women priests and sort of the new changes that people want. >> reporter: the san francisco archdiocese tells us that former archbishop william levada of san francisco now cardinal levada will be part of the conclave to select the new pope. that conclave is expected to assemble before the end of march. reporting live in santa clara, len ramirez, kpix 5. just to reiterate what len said the the san francisco archdiocese saying that cardinal levada will be part of the conclave selecting the new pope. parishioners we spoke to say that they would like to see the new pope bring "change" to the catholic church. >> a lot of people who attend mass today are old enough. so we need to attract young families, more abundantly. >> there's a lot of i will say candidates for the papacy that
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needs to be taken into consideration not being italian and there's a lot of countries in the world that needs to be looked at. >> in the coming weeks more than 100 cardinals from around the world will gather at the vatican to elect the next pope. the cardinals actually lock themselves inside the sistine chapel until they agree on a new pope. after each vote the color of smoke means whether a pope has been elected. white means we have a new pope in newark, police say a pair of bank robbers are holed up in a motel. this is video from chopper 5 from earlier today. now police say two men robbed a bank in fremont earlier. a vehicle matching the description of of a getaway car was traced back to the easy 8 motel. we'll keep you updated on this story as more information comes in. a surprise for police officers during a drug raid at a fairfield home. a three-foot-long baby alligator was found along with
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bags of marijuana, cash and guns. the gator was turned over to solano county animal services. the discovery was made at the home of william and laurie riley of begonia boulevard. police say the two were running a marijuana grow operation. besides the gator the raid netted firearms, more than $29,000 in cash and bags of pot. the rileys are facing a number of drug and weapons charges. a rude awakening for concord residents after vandals slashed 60 car tires on the street. it happened on bel air, glazier and mercato drives in the valley district. kpix 5 reporter don ford tells us many neighbors were hit more than once. reporter: salvador gonzalez owns five vehicles and he woke up yesterday morning and found nearly all his tires were slashed. his wife raquel says they lost 12 tires. >> and then our truck, too, and
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another van too, that my husband, you know, changed the tires already because we need the vans for work. >> reporter: concord police say someone slashed the tires on over 60 vehicles in three different neighborhoods. neighbors tell me that number is climbing and could reach as many as 80 cars. the o'haras are having their cars towed. >> the man across the street lost four truck tires and car tires. up to $1,700. >> reporter: destruction is everywhere. beth baker drives a large suv. >> it actually costs over $1,000 to get ours replaced. they're big tires. >> reporter: with over 200 tires slashed in one night, the damage estimates could easily exceed $30,000. local big o tire was swamped as they helped people get back on the road. >> this morning at 9:00, tow trucks pulled stuff in. >> reporter: the manager believes an ice pick was used:
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he says the tired cannot be patched. >> once you have a puncture in the side wall you can no longer fix it. the tire is not usable. >> i hope they catch whoever did it. >> reporter: police say only that the incident is under investigation. in concord, don ford, kpix 5. a young man had to be rescued from the cliff at san francisco's baker beach this afternoon. he had climbed up on the rocks at the north end of the beach but then couldn't get himself back down. rescuers rapelled down the cliffside to reach him and got to him. he is unhurt. the ex-cop on the run is now trying to escape murder charges. the latest in the search for christopher dorner and the hundreds of clues piling into lapd. >> dogs versus geese. the tactics one bay area community is using to scare away the fowl and get rid of the droppings covering the sports field. >> a lot of snow back east, two feet of snow on the ground in
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new york, connecticut, massachusetts, for us just a lot of sunshine, beautiful shot in oakland looking towards san francisco. how warm do we get this week and can the sunshine stick around all the way into next weekend? i'll have the answer coming up. >> and a bad credit report may not be your fault after all. coming up in tonight's consumerwatch, what's behind millions of credit report mistakes that could cost you a loan or worse.
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880 in hayward this afternoon. this was around 3pm... near the west "a" street on ramp. a mercedes-benz caught fire slowing down traffic on interstate 880 in hayward this afternoon. this was about 3 p.m. near the west a street on-ramp. it took firefighters about an hour to get flames out. los angeles police are combing through hundreds of tips trying to pinpoint where ar ex-cop on the run is hiding. there has been no sign of christopher dorner for days and he is eluding police as well as a murder charge. cbs reporter edward lawrence with more on the manhunt. reporter: more than 600 tips have come in since the
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lapd offered a $1 million reward for former officer christopher dorner. >> we have hundreds of detectives, investigators that are working on every clue that's coming in. >> reporter: but his whereabouts remain a mystery. investigators have been on his trail since the killing of a police captain's daughter last week. authorities say he also shot and killed officer mike crane, who was sitting at a stop light in his patrol car. >> the void that he leaves in the department is nothing compared to the void that he leaves for his family. >> reporter: prosecutors say they filed murder charges against dorner for the policeman's death. >> given all the resources in a are being expended in his apprehension, that we will bring him to justice. >> reporter: the largest manhunt in lapd history has the department spread thin. thousands of officers are searching for dorner as they also try to protect their own. in an online manifesto dorner vowed to shoot police officers and their families as revenge for his firing from the lapd five years ago. >> this individual has made it
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very clear to all of us that every law enforcement officer in southern california is in danger of being shot or killed. >> reporter: authorities are providing around-the-clock protection for 50 officers and their families who police believe are at the highest risk of being targeted. reporting in los angeles, edward lawrence, kpix 5. it is dog versus goose. the tactic one bay area community is forced to use to clean up massive amounts of droppings. >> cutting salt to save your life. the five small diet changes that can help save millions of lives. >> kpix 5 is the official television station for the new bay bridge opening celebration. a live look at the eastern span of the new bridge as we count down to opening day and tomorrow night, tune in to spanning the future, the new bay bridge, as we look ahead to the labor day closures and the grand opening plans. the prime time half power hour special starts at 10:30 tomorrow here at kpix 5.
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and now... we're learning, 40 million americans have a mistake heir credit reports. a bad credit report could cost you a loan or even a job. now we are learning 40 million americans have a mistake on their credit reports. kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains, it may be
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nearly impossible to fix it. >> my credit history is still reflecting a foreclosure. reporter: an erroneous foreclosure on her credit report resulted in four years of frustration for martha de jesus that eventually prevented her from refinancing her mortgage. >> i was denied because i had some foreclosure in my history and i told him that my home was not foreclosed. >> reporter: she is not alone. according to the federal trade commission, one out of five consumers has an error on a credit report and a recent "60 minutes" investigation reveals it's nearly impossible to convince the credit agencies to fix them. >> the federal law says that if you believe that there is a mistake, they have an obligation to do a reasonable investigation. >> reporter: but ohio's attorney general says that's not happening. >> they are not doing a reasonable investigation. they are not doing an investigation at all. >> reporter: and "60 minutes" may have uncovered why. former credit reporting agency employees in places like india
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and the philippines admit to correspondent steve kroft they had no email, internet or any way to investigate consumer disputes. the attorney general has opened the investigation but in the meantime it's up to consumer to be pro-active. check your credit report at annualcreditreport.com. to won't give you your score but it's the only truly free report and it will reveal errors including id theft, unauthorized credit cards and, yes, faulty foreclosures. we helped resolve ma martha's error by going to the company responsible, wells fargo. they believe that it should be the responsibility of the credit agency. she called our hotline for help and here's a great example of why you should check your report once a year. only 20% of people do. but beware, sites like freecreditreport.com are not actually free. they are revenue makers for the credit reporting agencies which also charges you for free reports on their sites. annual credit report is the
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only truly free one. >> once a year. just one you know, a year. >> you get it free once a year. you should absolutely do that once a year. >> it won't impact your credit negatively. >> while you won't get a score on the site you will be able to see everything on the report. >> in case there's a mistake. thank you. well, tomorrow evening, president obama will deliver his fourth state of the union address to the union serving as a book end to the inaugural address. expect to hear issues like immigration reform and gun violence. but when the president stands before congress, his main focus will be on the economy. >> there is a core emphasis that he's always placed on big stephens and will remain the same which is into he had to make the economy work for the middle class because the middle class is the engine that drives this country forward. kpix 5 will air the state of the union address live tomorrow starting at 6 p.m. followed by a very special
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edition of kpix 5 news at 7:30. wild goose chase might soon come to an end for the city of dublin. droppings from canada geese cover the dublin sports grounds off civic plaza. kpix reporter patrick sedillo explains the city has hired some four-legged friends to give chase. reporter: we have had a herd of geese that have actually been growing throughout the years and the sports user group, the little league and soccer players, the families are concerned with the goose droppings. >> reporter: so the city of dublin called in four paw, a goose control company run by vicki and denise. >> started out of necessity for both denise and myself. we had regular corporate jobs. and they went out of state. >> reporter: so they started a new business helping chase off the geese, like dublin sports park. >> anywhere from 250 to 300 and that is dropping as we use the
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dog patrol. we are seeing less and less geese returning to the park. >> away, away! >> reporter: as soon as the geese spotted the car they took off in a hurry, so fast we could barely catch them on camera. the dogs chance and shelby had already been working that kylie took a year to train. this is amazing video shelby is walking this injured goose out of harm's way into safety. >> they are protected those birds by federal law. this is a technique that's allowed. it is a way to deter and harass them without physically harming them. >> reporter: for these two entrepreneurs things are looking up. their business started by chance is growing. >> we do a business complex out in walnut creek. we also have a golf course that we are going to be starting. and we do another business complex in emeryville. >> reporter: if you think you can just start a business like this yourself, a word of caution. these are highly trained
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licensed and bonded professionals. patrick sedillo, kpix 5. >> it's so beautiful here. it felt like spring today. >> could you hear the moving trucks coming from the east coast to the west? >> they can't get stranded. they will get here friday! [ laughter ] >> don't call your friends back east unless you want to rub it in. what a difference between our weather and their weather. we have the sunshine, we have the water, too. and we have widespread temperatures in the 60s. san jose you're at 61. santa rosa 62. 64 right now for oakland. concord you're at 61. san francisco you are at 60 with a sea breeze. and you're down to 54. speaking of down, temperatures dropping down once again tonight. couple of degrees milder than last night but still close to freezing. livermore will hit 34. fremont 35. san rafael 36. concord tonight 36 degrees. as you guessed, kpix 5 hi-def doppler radar is dry once again. it's really interesting to see the deficit through two different lenses. since the top of the year, big deficit for rainfall. we are down 5.5" but the deficit when you go back to
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july 1 our water year only an inch because we got so much rain around thanksgiving. we are not doing that bad for the entire year. past couple of months we're in significant deficit. big ridge of high pressure, how big? storm track up towards seattle vancouver british columbia nowhere close to us. nor is that going to be changing anytime soon. the high is off to the west as we'll still get cool northerly flow. temperatures in the low 60s. i know, such problems we have around here. as high pressure gets closer to us we'll see temperatures increase by the end of the week and some of you by friday will be up near 70 degrees for highs. so what to expect? we are not as cold at night temperatures a couple of degrees milder each night. sunshine through the weekend. it's only monday but we're very sure of that. and temperatures on friday will be close to 70 degrees. tomorrow concord 62,san jose 63. palo alto 62. union city 61.
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low 60s for pleasanton, san jose. berkeley 61. san leandro 61 degrees. extended forecast look at all that sunshine. thursday and fright approaching 70 degrees. couple of degrees cooler over the weekend with an onshore flow. right now, zero rainfall again for the next 7 days. and that is your kpix 5 forecast.
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scott pelley is in new york. " " amount of salt let's check in for a look ahead it the "cbs evening news." >> scott pelley is in new york. >> great to be with you in san francisco. it was the announcement that no one on earth saw coming. benedict xvi becomes the first pope in six centuries to resign. alan pizzey is in vatky city for us tonight with a story on what happens next. we'll have that tonight on the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. shake up the amount of salt you eat and protect your heart and save your life. >> you only need to cut out the nine aniest amount out of your diet every day. dr. kim reports on just how
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easy that can be. >> reporter: arna has high blood pressure so tries to keep salt out of his diet but it's not easy. >> when i go to the supermarket i look at the package and the sodium. if it's high i don't buy it. >> reporter: packaged and restaurant foods are to blame for almost 80% of the salt in our diets. most people consume a teaspoon of salt a day. that's more than double the amount recommended. new research from uc-san francisco shows as many as half a million lives could be saved if americans reduce salt by 5% a year for 10 years. >> lowering sodium is really the goal that you want to have to lower blood pressure and then prevent strokes, renal disease, heart attacks. >> reporter: so here are five ways to reduce salt. first, do it yourself. stay away from prepared or processed foods. number 2, stick to fresh or frozen vegetables. these are zero salt. three, if you are buying canned
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veggies, get no salt added. or rinse under water. rinses removes 41% of salt from canned vegetables and a whopping 76% from canned tuna. four, if you stop at a deli, know before you go. salt adds up. let me show you how fast. salami and provolone with dijon versus turkey and swiss on a sourdough roll with yellow mustard. salami has over 2,000 milligrams of salt more than for a day. the turkey sandwich has half as much and that's before you add a pickle or chips. and one other thing to keep in mind. that dijon mustard, that has 120 milligrams of salt per teaspoon and there are tablespoons of salt on this sandwich. you can ask for less am finally, eat more potassium- rich foods. that's more fruits and vegetables and eat less sodium. dr. kim mulvihill, kpix 5.
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pelley is next. see you at six. (regular) (live) thanks for watching. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. >> pelley: tonight announcement no one on earth saw coming. pope benedict xvi becomes the first pope in six centuries to resign. allen pizzey in vatican city al with what happens now. mark phillips on who might be next.ight tensions are high after reported sightings of the most wanted man in california. bill whitaker reports on the dragnet. we now know what a massive tornado left behind in mississippi -- >> that is big!
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>> pelley: while in new england they're counting the losses from the record blizzard. and cliff romesha receives the medal of honor. he tells david martin how hero earned the highest award for valor. >> reporter: the citation says there were 400 enemy soldiers. >> and we had 52 greatit americans. didn't seem fair to them. captioning sponsored by cbs cb this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. when the news got out today, catholics all over the world were asking whether they had heard correctly. something that just doesn't happen just did: a pope resigned. pope benedict xvi, 85 years old and frail, told a meeting ofol cardinals today he no longer has p the physical and mental strength to carry out his responsibilities. on february 28, he will become

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